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KLEM Local Schedule (week of August 26)

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MONDAY RESULTS – August 26

(major league baseball)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Oakland 19, Kansas City 4
N-Y Yankees 5, Seattle 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Colorado 3, Atlanta 1
Cincinnati 6, Miami 3
St. Louis 12, Milwaukee 2
Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 5 (11 Innings)
San Diego 4, L-A Dodgers 3
Arizona 6, San Francisco 4

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – August 27

(boys golf)

Quadrangular at Whispering Creek  —  1. Sioux City East 323  ..  2. Sergeant Bluff-Luton 338  ..  3. Le Mars (1-3) 391  ..  4. Council Bluffs A-L 556.

Le Mars scores:  Spencer Mackey (47-44=91), Cam Daggett (46-52=98), Trey Whiddon (51-48=99), Brody Vanderloo (51-52=103), Isaac Tolzen (54-58=112), & Brandon Schmidt (58-61=119).  J.V. score:  Damien Grasz (59-61=120).

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Baltimore 2, Washington 0
Toronto 3, Atlanta 1
Boston 10, Colorado 6

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 10, Detroit 1
Oakland 2, Kansas City 1
Houston 15, Tampa Bay 1
Minnesota 3, Chicago White Sox 1
L-A Angels 5, Texas 2
N-Y Yankees 7, Seattle 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago Cubs 5, N-Y Mets 2
Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 4
Cincinnati 8, Miami 5
St. Louis 6, Milwaukee 3
Arizona 3, San Francisco 2
L-A Dodgers 9, San Diego 0

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – August 28

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Washington 8, Baltimore 4
Atlanta 9, Toronto 4
Boston 7, Colorado 4

AMERICAN LEAGUE
N-Y Yankees 7, Seattle 3
Cleveland 4, Detroit 2
Kansas City 6, Oakland 4
Houston 8, Tampa Bay 6
Minnesota 8, Chicago White Sox 2
Texas 3, L-A Angels 0

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Milwaukee 4, St. Louis 1
Philadelphia 12, Pittsburgh 3
Cincinnati 5, Miami 0
Chicago Cubs 10, N-Y Mets 7
L-A Dodgers 6, San Diego 4  (10 Innings)

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – August 29

(cross country)

SPENCER INVITATIONAL

(girls results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Spencer (27)  ..  2. Le Mars (66)  ..  3. Cherokee (85)  ..  4(T). Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley & Algona (112)  ..  6. Emmetsburg (120).    Individual champion:  Elisa Fisher (Spencer) (20:00.09).      Le Mars results:  3rd-Chloe Calhoun (20:38.72) , 6th-Kara Albrecht (20:57.95), 17th-Paige Washburn (21:59.21), 20th-Sarah Meis (22:21.03), 28th-Katie Cunningham (23:07.24), 33rd-Emily Chamberlain (23:30.54), and 42nd-Kylee Britt (24:13.67).     J.V. results- Le Mars finished 3rd behind Spencer and Western Christian.  Individually results- 2nd-Caroline Meis (24:06.07), 8th-Lilly McNaughton (25:06.85) and 9th-Clara O’Dwyer (25:09.55).

(boys results)  TEAM STANDINGS:  1. Le Mars (64)  ..  2. Spencer (82)  ..  3. Western Christian (96)  ..  4. Storm Lake (139)  ..  5. Okoboji (147).     Individual champion:  Tage Hulstein (Western Christian) (16:44.67).     Le Mars results:  4th-Ethan Hulinsky (17:19.74), 8th-Jason Sudtelgte (17:49.84), 10th-Blake Dirksen (18:00.33), 14th-Jackson Sudtelgte (18:13.23), 28th-Kaden Wingert (19:02.12), 35th-Kyle Herbst (19:20.50), and 42nd-Jacob O’Dwyer (19:29.89).     J.V. results:  Le Mars finished 1st.  Individual results:  1st-Scott Ferguson (19:36.94), 4th-Michael Meis (20:09.64), 9th-Daniel Hinds (20:27.83), and 10th-Austen Haworth (20:38.56).

(volleyball)

SHELDON INVITATIONAL

Pool Play —  (#5-1A)Gehlen defeated (#13-3A) Cherokee (21-17, 22-20)
Serving:  Sydney Livermore (9-10), Kate Hill (9-9), & Josie Kolbeck (8-8)
Assists:  Sydney Livermore (9) & Josie Kolbeck (6)
Blocks:  Rachel Langel, Sydney Livermore, & Miyah Whitehead (2 each)
Digs: Chloe Bunkers (7)
Kills:  Sydney Livermore (5), Miyah Whitehead (3), Rachel Langel (3), & Alyssa Kolbeck (2)
(#5-1A)Gehlen def. (#11-3A) Spirit Lake (21-19, 21-17)
Serving: Josie Kolbeck (11-11) & Chloe Bunkers (9-9/ 1 ace)
Assists:  Sydney Livermore (7) & Josie Kolbeck (6)
Digs: Chloe Bunkers (10), Sydney Livermore (5), Alyssa Kolbeck & Josie Kolbeck (3 each)
Kills: Rachel Langel (4), Alyssa Kolbeck (4) & Kate Hill (2)
Championship – (#5-1A)Gehlen (3-1) lost to (#1-2A)Western Christian (13-21, 7-21)
Serving: Josie Kolbeck (4-4)
Assists: Sydney Livermore & Josie Kolbeck (5 each)
Digs: Chloe Bunkers (7) & Sydney Livermore (3)
Kills: Miyah WHitehead & Rachel Langel (3 each) and Alyssa Kolbeck & Rylee Schnepf (2 each)
Pool Play —  (#1-2A)Western Christian def. Le Mars, 21-13, 21-15.
Sheldon def. Le Mars 20-23, 21-18, 21-15.
(#13-3a)Cherokee def. Le Mars (0-3) 21-19, 21-14.
Lady Bulldog statistics for the night:   Brooke Haage 4 kills 38 assists 19/26 1 ace 11 digs 2 blocks  ..  Kady Leusink 2 kills 15/17 serves 9 digs  ..  Maddi Pippett 5 kills 4 ace serves   ..  Jecenta Sargisson 19 kills 2 assists 22/26 2 aces 20 digs 2 blocks  ..  Karlee Schiff 6/7 serving 2 blocks   ..  Pypr Stoeffler 19 kills 26/27 22 digs 3 blocks  ..  Alivia Van Otterloo 5/6 serves 20 digs.

(high school football)

CLASS 4A (non-district)
Council Bluffs T-J 31, Sioux City West 6

(college football)

Keiser 34, Dordt 21

(1) Clemson 52, Georgia Tech 14

(N-F-L preseason football)

Indianapolis 13, Cincinnati 6
N-Y Jets 6, Philadelphia 0
Atlanta 31, Jacksonville 12
Buffalo 27, Minnesota 23
Carolina 25, Pittsburgh 19
Baltimore 20, Washington 7
Tampa Bay 17, Dallas 15
Tennessee 19, Chicago 15
Green Bay 27, Kansas City 20
Miami 16, New Orleans 13
L-A Chargers 27, San Francisco 24
Seattle 17, Oakland 15
N-Y Giants 31, New England 29
Cleveland 20, Detroit 16
L-A Rams 22, Houston 10
Denver 20, Arizona 7

(major league baseball)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland 2, Detroit 0
Oakland 9, Kansas City 8
Minnesota 10, Chicago White Sox 5
Tampa Bay 9, Houston 8
Seattle 5, Texas 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago Cubs 4, N-Y Mets 1
Miami 4, Cincinnati 3  (12 Innings)
Pittsburgh 11, Colorado 8
San Diego 5, San Francisco 3
Arizona 11, L-A Dodgers 5

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – August 30

(high school football)

SIOUX CENTER — Lane Kamerman caught a 19 yard TD-pass from Damon Walhof with 35 seconds to play to rally Sioux Center to a 33-32 opening night victory over Le Mars Friday night in Sioux Center.  The Warriors scored 14 points in the final 6:38 of the game to wipe out a 32-21 Bulldog lead.  Tate Westhoff threw touchdown passes to three different receivers to put Le Mars in front going into the fourth quarter.  Westhoff found Dylan Rasmussen with a 29-yard TD strike to open the scoring and found Aisea Toki with a 41-yard touchdown toss late in the first quarter to erase an 8-7 deficit.  A 14-yard pass to Colton Hoag with 4:07 to play in the third quarter rallied Le Mars to a 26-21 lead.  Hoag increased the lead to 32-21 with 9:07 to play in the game on a 21 yard run.  Westhoff finished with 270 yards passing on 15-of-29 with no turnovers.  Trevor Smith led a 114-yard Bulldog running attack with 50 yards while Colton Hoag added 36.  Toki and Hoag had four pass catches each for 97 and 62 yards respectively.  The Bulldogs had a 384-362 advantage in total yards.  Sam Vonk ran for three touchdowns for Sioux Center and finished with 109 yards on 22 carries.

ORANGE CITY — Gehlen Catholic spotted Unity Christian a 20-0 lead before switching the momentum button to rally for a 27-20 victory in Orange City Friday night in the season opener for both schools.  The Knights scored on an 82-yard run by Logan Franken with 6:26 to play in the first quarter and added a one yard quarterback sneak by Austin Van Donge three and a-half minutes later for a 14-0 lead by the end of the first quarter.  After a scoreless second quarter, Unity opened the second half with an 11-play, 51-yard drive that Tanner Schouten capped with a five yard TD-run for a three-touchdown lead.  The Jays made a calculated backfield change at that point, putting the speedy wide receiver, Jacob Nemmers, in the backfield.  The result — Nemmers ran 80 yards on his first carry for a touchdown and a minute and a-half later scampered 33 yards for a second score to draw Gehlen to within 20-13 with 4:29 to play in the third quarter.  Ryan Livermore fought off a couple of costly interceptions to drive the Jays to a go-ahead touchdown on his seven-yard run and subsequent two-point conversion pass to Nemmers, giving Gehlen a 21-20 lead with 4:48 left in the game.  Nemmers struck again with a 44-yard touchdown run with 1:16 left in the contest to increase the lead to 27-20.  Nemmers finished with 184 yards rushing on just ten carries.  Livermore had 30 yards rushing and was 8-for-16 passing 146 yards.  He was intercepted three times however.  Zach Kraft had six pass catches for 107 yards.  His 34-yard reception was the key play on the go-ahead touchdown drive.  Gehlen had a 383-257 yardage advantage over the Knights.  Logan Franken had 165 yards rushing on 22 carries for Unity Christian.

 

CLASS 3A – District 1 (non-district)
Sioux Center 33, Le Mars (0-1) 32
Sioux City East 20, Bishop Heelan 13
Storm Lake 41, Cherokee Washington 6
Harlan 27, Denison-Schleswig 22
Lewis Central 35, Sergeant Bluff-Luton 7
Spirit Lake 39, Spencer 21

CLASS A – District 1
Gehlen Catholic (1-0) 27, Unity Christian 20
Westwood 41, Akron-Westfield 6
South O’Brien 36, Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 22
Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 6, Okoboji 0
MVAOCOU 20, MMCRU 6
Hinton 20, Woodbury Central 0

CLASS A – District 2
Alta-Aurleia 27, Lawton-Bronson 7

CLASS 2A – District 1 (non-district)
West Sioux 63, Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley 35
West Lyon 35, Central Lyon 0
Western Christian 21, MOC-Floyd Valley 0
Sheldon 26, Sibley-Ocheyedan 6

CLASS 4A – District 1 (non-district)
Council Bluffs A-L 29, Sioux City North 18

EIGHT-MAN – District 1 (non-district)
Remsen St. Mary’s 26, Audubon 25
Woodbine 64, Kingsley-Pierson 14
Newell-Fonda 52, Collins-Maxwell 44
Boyer Valley 72, Ar-We-Va 28
Harris-Lake Park 58, North Iowa 18
Glidden-Ralston 60, West Bend-Mallard 42
River Valley 56, West Harrison 14

(college football)

(19) Wisconsin 49, South Florida 0
(18) Michigan State 28, Tulsa 7

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Atlanta 10, Chicago White Sox 7

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tampa Bay 4, Cleveland 0
Oakland 8, N-Y Yankees 2
Houston 7, Toronto 4
Minnesota 13, Detroit 5
Texas 6, Seattle 3
Baltimore 14, Kansas City 2
Boston 7, L-A Angels 6  (15 Innings)

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago Cubs 7, Milwaukee 1
N-Y Mets 11, Philadelphia 5
Washington 7, Miami 6
Pittsburgh 9, Colorado 4
San Francisco 8, San Diego 3
Arizona 5, L-A Dodgers 4

Cincinnati at St. Louis – ppd.

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – August 31

(college football)

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Nate Stanley threw for 252 yards and three touchdowns, Mekhi Sargent ran for 91 yards and a score, and No. 20 Iowa beat Miami (Ohio) 38-14 in their season opener on Saturday night. The Hawkeyes got off to a slow start, but that was erased by the consistent ground game and some big plays from Stanley, who finished 21 of 30 in Iowa’s sixth straight season-opening win.

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Sheldon Croney Jr. scored from a yard out in triple overtime and 21st-ranked Iowa State rallied to stave off Northern Iowa 29-26. La’Michael Pettway had a pair of touchdown catches for the Cyclones (1-0), who barely survived the season’s first major upset after entering the season ranked for the first time in 41 years.

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska running back Maurice Washington, who faces pornography charges in California stemming from an incident when he was in high school, was suspended for the first half against South Alabama. Coach Scott Frost said after the game that any further disciplinary action will be determined by how Washington’s court case plays out. Washington carried six times for 39 yards and caught one pass for 13 in the second half of the 35-21 victory.

(20) Iowa 38, Miami (Ohio) 14
(21) Iowa State 29, U-N-I 26, 3 ots
(24) Nebraska 35, South Alabama 21
Montana 31, U-S-D 17

G-P-A-C GAMES
Morningside 80, St. Francis (Ill.) 0
Waldorf 17, Briar Cliff 10

AP-Top Ten games:
(2) Alabama 42, Duke 3
(3) Georgia 30, Vanderbilt 6
(5) Ohio State 45, Florida International 21
(6) L-S-U 55, Georgia Southern 3
(7) Michigan 40, Middle Tennessee 21
(10) Texas 45, Louisiana Tech 14

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Atlanta 11, Chicago White Sox 5

AMERICAN LEAGUE
N-Y Yankees 4, Oakland 3  (11 Innings)
Toronto 6, Houston 4
Tampa Bay 9, Cleveland 6
Minnesota 10, Detroit 7  (Twins set a M-L home run record for a season, clubbing six more to give them 268 in 2019)
Kansas City 7, Baltimore 5
Texas 3, Seattle 2
L-A Angels 10, Boston 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE
(Game 1) St. Louis 8, Cincinnati 6
(Game 2) St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 2
Milwaukee 2, Chicago Cubs 0
Washington 7, Miami 0
N-Y Mets 6, Philadelphia 3
Arizona 6, L-A Dodgers 5
Pittsburgh 11, Colorado 4
San Diego 4, San Francisco 1

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – September 1

(college football)

(4) Oklahoma 49, Houston 31

(major league baseball)

INTERLEAGUE
Atlanta 5, Chicago White Sox 3

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Houston 2, Toronto 0
Tampa Bay 8, Cleveland 2
Minnesota 8, Detroit 3
N-Y Yankees 5, Oakland 4
Kansas City 6, Baltimore 4
Seattle 11, Texas 3
Boston 4, L-A Angels 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE
(Game one)St. Louis 4, Cincinnati 3
(Game two) Cincinnati 5, St. Louis 3
Milwaukee 4, Chicago Cubs 0
Pittsburgh 6, Colorado 2
San Diego 8, San Francisco 4
L-A Dodgers 4, Arizona 3  (11 Innings)
Philadelphia 5, N-Y Mets 2
Washington 9, Miami 3